Create Lithuania projects

The aim of “Create Lithuania” projects is to stimulate the transformation of the Lithuanian economy by engaging stakeholders, generating evidence-based solutions to specific problems or identifying new breakthrough opportunities.

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7 September 2023 - 1 March 2024

Assessment of Lithuania’s advantages in semiconductors and optoelectronics sectors

Invest Lithuania

The aim of the project is to identify the regional advantages that can be leveraged to attract FDI in the semiconductor and optoelectronics sectors and create recommendations on promotion and improvement of Lithuania as a business environment for these sectors.

Participants: Barbora Sharrock

7 September 2023 - 1 March 2024

Enabling Participation: Opportunities for Individual Contributions in Culture Funding

Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania

The aim of the project is to explore how individuals can contribute to cultural funding and identify ways to create more favorable conditions for such opportunities.

Participants: Giedrė Pociūtė, Ieva Mikutavičiūtė

7 September 2023 - 1 March 2024

Lithuania’s innovation development potential in the transport sector

LR Susisiekimo ministerija

The aim of the project is to investigate the growth potential of the innovation ecosystem in the Lithuanian transport sector and to prepare recommendations and a pilot solution to stimulate this growth.

Participants: Viktorija Orlovaitė, Benediktas Girdvainis

7 September 2023 - 1 March 2024

Assessment of the Competitiveness of Lithuania’s Biotechnology Sector in the Global Bioeconomy

Invest Lithuania

Project goal  – to assess Lithuania’s biotechnology sector’s potential for integration and competition in global bioeconomy value chains and identify promising biotechnology subsectors for investment attraction.

Participants: Rasa Mončiunskaitė

7 September 2023 - 1 March 2024

Disruptive technologies in Lithuania’s defence

Defence Materiel Agency under MND

The aim of the project is to develop a long-term strategy of technological priorities for the national defence system to ensure the technological advantage of the Lithuanian Armed Forces. The strategy will help the different actors in the defence sector (science, business, state institutions, the Lithuanian Armed Forces) to focus their efforts on the same goals, as well as facilitate cooperation, competitiveness and innovation development in the Lithuanian defence industry.

Participants: Lukas Charitonovas, Dominykas Kugelevičius

7 September 2023 - 1 March 2024

Sustainable consumption: how to encourage repair and reuse?

LR Teisingumo ministerija

The aim of the project is to find out how to promote the repair and re-use of objects in Lithuania.

Participants: Gintarė Petrauskaitė, Rūta Kukulskytė

7 September 2023 - 1 March 2024

Universal Design: how to create an accessible and usable public sector environment for all?

Office of the President of the Republic of Lithuania

The aim of the project is to promote universal design principles in Lithuania

Participants: Eglė Mordasaitė, Rugilė Dunauskaitė

7 September 2023 - 1 March 2024

Artificial intelligence and problematics of creators – what is the role of Ministry of Culture?

Ministry of Culture of the Republic of of Lithuania

In order to ensure the proper comfort zone for Lithuanian creators – authors in the context of AI, it is important to understand and identify the threats that they and their content already face and/or are expected to face in the future due to AI usage in creative activities, thus triggering the need for new interventions from the Ministry of Culture. The goal of the project is to understand these threats, identify the most vulnerable moments, and provide recommendations to the Ministry of Culture regarding a possible action plan that best safeguards the rights of creators – authors when it comes to creative work with AI tools. 

Participants: Agnė Mikštienė